Building & Engineering

1 Aug 18
Surbana Jurong, NTU and NRF set up the SJ-NTU Corporate Lab.
24 Jul 18
It will target the Singapore and Asian tourism sectors as business prospects.
22 Jul 18
Major projects covered mobility, satellite comms, and IoT.
19 Jul 18
Basslink suffered from a two-month outage and contractual issues with the State of Tasmania.
18 Jul 18
It will utilise sustainable building materials for development projects to reduce embodied carbon by 24% by 2030.
11 Jul 18
It also opened its US$15m facility in Texas.
10 Jul 18
PDD will be the first to integrate physical and digital infrastructures from the ground up.
10 Jul 18
Compounding the issue is the fact that much of the construction activity comes from public-housing scheme administered by the HDB.
9 Jul 18
Passengers will only need a wristband or key tag to enter the fare passageway.
5 Jul 18
Their cross-platform will provide a consolidated overview and analysis of cyber events for rail operators.
24 Jun 18
It will restore 20 million sqm of land across 36 towns.
7 Jun 18
Property markets in Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Philippines are standouts to have investment potential.
31 May 18
Singapore unveiled plans to build a 230kV substation at Pasir Panjang.
30 May 18
An analyst eyes the Woodlands-Johor Bahru Rapid Transit System and other proposed bridges.
30 May 18
Aerospace, Electronics, Kinetics, and Marine will be renamed to unite under one superbrand.
30 May 18
Jurong Lake District was supposed to be a terminus for the rail project.
28 May 18
It will repair the interior and auxiliary fuel tank of the airbus jet.
24 May 18
Singapore is now the fourth most expensive city in Asia to build in.
24 May 18
It will build vehicle tunnels and a new facility starting Q2.
23 May 18
The public sector is expected to boost demand and drive costs between -1% to +2%.
22 May 18
And here's how The Garden Residences lured 3,000 people to its showflat.
21 May 18
It is part of the government’s push for businesses to digitise.
16 May 18
It sold its 10% stake in Hong Kong Aero Engine Services.
11 May 18
It was supported by growth across all sectors except marine.
4 May 18
STELCOMMS’ staff and assets were moved to STEE-InfoComm.
24 Apr 18
It failed to sell its assets due to weak industrial demand.
19 Apr 18
It will support its metro rail and building management projects in China.
17 Apr 18
This brings its total order book to $815.55m.
10 Apr 18
Some of them eye projects like Changi T5 and the KL-Singapore High-Speed Rail.
6 Apr 18
It expects to raise $201.62m revenue in 2018 from data centre construction.
3 Apr 18
But the proportion of slow payments dipped to 49.14%.
29 Mar 18
This will be supported by the work in the 21.5km North-South Corridor.
27 Mar 18
Vincent Chong is positive the US Yard will be able to contract for the US Navy given the 20% rise in naval spending.
25 Mar 18
It is eyeing to double this in 2022 through acquisitions and organic growth.
23 Mar 18
Its Marina East Desalination project could boost headline earnings by 5-6%.
13 Mar 18
IE Singapore and PPPA will identify urban development and energy projects that firms can join in.
12 Mar 18
It will be used for operations in harsh environment like in Norwegian Continental Shelf.
12 Mar 18
In 2007, Singapore developers’ debt was only around 6% of the GDP, whilst in 2016, it has more than doubled to almost 14%.
12 Mar 18
It will test the bus stop for 12 months in front of Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station from March 2018.
12 Mar 18
And here's why Singaporean developers are vulnerable to profit shocks.